Tag: Ford

09 Jan

1984 Mazda RX-7 GSL-SE

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If a first generation RX-7 is the affordable sports car you’re looking for, this two-owner 1984 GSL-SE is as clean as they come. Many early examples have been run hard into the ground with ruined apex seals and bad rotor tips, but this one appears to still be minty fresh. The 13B fuel-injected engine gets […]

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04 Jan

1936 Ford 5-Window Street Rod

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This tidy five-window street rod was built up in 1964 with a 1956 Chevrolet small block and 1939 Ford transmission. When the young owner left for Vietnam, his father sold the car, and it ended up in dry storage for 35 years. The all-original-steel car was revived in 2005 and is now said to be […]

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26 Dec

1964 Ford Country Sedan Wagon

Vintage American wagons have a certain cool factor you just can’t find anywhere else, especially when they’re done up as custom cruisers. They’re easy to work on, they can be built into performance powerhouses, and best of all, you can take the whole family with you. This 1964 Ford Country Sedan wagon looks great in […]

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23 Dec

1941 Cadillac Series 62 convertible

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Convertible Cadillacs were long considered the epitome of American automotive styling and excess. Expensive purchase pricing, limited production and reputation — relative to the ‘everyman’ Fords, Chevrolets and Plymouths of the day — have kept a majority of these higher end vehicles from the same hot-rodded fate of the rest. This deep blue ’41 Series […]

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20 Dec

1949 Ford F1

Ford’s first major post-World War II redesign came in 1948 with the introduction of the F-Series pickup. Sales literature trumpeted “Million Dollar” cabs and “Ford trucks last up to 19.6% longer!” That is a surprising understatement in this case, as this 1949 F-1 is still running after nearly 63 years — an unknown number of […]

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08 Dec

An original 1969 Boss 429 Mustang

First posted by Joe MacFarland on the eBay Stories blog. Used by permission. The chance of finding a 1960s original muscle car with low mileage is about as rare as spotting the original muscleman, Arnold Schwarzenegger, revisiting Muscle Beach in southern California these days.  But our eBay Top Shared page pointed us to one of […]

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08 Dec

1967 Sunbeam Tiger Mk II

Putting Detroit iron into British sports cars was a popular enterprise in the 1960s, and the most commercially successful was Sunbeam’s Tiger. 7,034 examples — compared with 1,032 Shelby Cobras — were made during the 1964-1967 production run, 536 of which were the Mk IIs in 1967. Featuring Ford’s 289-ci V8, the Mk IIs were […]

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